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The "Anchor" Canal

Tashkent

  The "Anhor" Canal means «large irrigation canal», located in Tashkent. It flows into the lake of the National Park A. Navoi. I...
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The Museum of Astronomy

Tashkent

 The Museum of Astronomy was opened on December 16, 2009 in Central Asia in honor of the 615th anniversary of the great ancestor Mirzo Ulugbek. T...
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The State Art Museum of Uzbekistan

Tashkent

  One of the largest museums in Central Asia is the State Art Museum of Uzbekistan, built in 1918. In 1924 it was Tashkent Museum of Art, and in ...
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The “Bozsu” Canal

Tashkent

  The «Bozsu» Canal is the largest and main canal in Tashkent, supplied with water most channels in Tashkent. It originates from the ...
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Tashkent State Theatre of Musical Comedy

Tashkent

  Tashkent State Theatre of Musical Comedy was established in 1972. The theatre celebrated its first theatrical season on August 4, 1973 with &ld...
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The Bukhara Art-Architectural Museum-Reserve

Bukhara

  Bukhara State Art-Architectural Museum-Reserve was founded in November 8, 1922. Later, in 1945 the museum was situated in the former citadel of...
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The Amudarya River

Nukus

  The Amudarya River flows through the territory of Central Asia (Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan). The length of the river is ...
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Theatre of Satire named after A. Kahhara

Tashkent

  Republican Theatre of Satire named after A. Kahhara was established in 1983. People’s artist of Uzbekistan  – Yuldashev Bahody...
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The square of memory

Tashkent

  The square of memory and honor is a monument dedicated to soldiers who died during the Great World War. The monument was established in 1999, l...
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Locomotive Museum (Tashkent museum of railway equipment)

Tashkent

  Locomotive Museum (Tashkent museum of railway equipment) was opened in August 4, 1989. There are 13 locomotives, 17 diesel locomotives, 3 elect...
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